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With all the talk of realignment in the NHL these days, is it any wonder the Toronto Maple Leafs aren't advocating for the Boston Bruins to be punted into another conference?

After all, they seem to be the biggest cause of their woes the past few seasons.

On the heels of Saturday's 4-1 loss to the defending champs, here's a quick breakdown of how Toronto's season looks with and without the four losses to the one team that really has their number.

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Leafs v. Boston

Record: 0-4-0

82-game pace: 0 points

Overall score: 23-6

Goals per game: 1.50

Goals against per game: 5.75

Save percentage: .827

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Phil Kessel factor: one assist and minus-7 in four games

Leafs v. Everyone Else

Record: 14-6-2

82-game pace: 112 points

Overall score: 74-61

Goals per game: 3.36

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Goals against per game: 2.77

Save percentage: .910

Phil Kessel factor: 31 points and plus-6 in 22 games

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James joined The Globe as an editor and reporter in the sports department in 2005 and now covers the NHL and the Toronto Maple Leafs. More

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